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A caregiver in a child care facility must be at least 18 years old to be counted toward meeting the caregiver-to-child ratio requirements of 4 AAC 62.405, except that a caregiver age 14 through 17 may be counted if
(1) the caregiver has completed a child care training course or has demonstrated competency in child care to the satisfaction of the administrator;
(2) the caregiver works under supervision of an adult caregiver;
(3) the caregiver works in close physical proximity to an adult caregiver; and
(4) in a child care center, caregivers under the age of 18 make up no more than one-fourth of the total caregiving staff.
History: Eff. 1/1/96, Register 136; am 3/1/98, Register 145
Authority: AS 14.37.020
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